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Your national forests and grasslands are 193 million acres of vast, scenic beauty waiting for you to discover. Visitors who choose to recreate on these public lands find more than 150,000 miles of trails, 10,000 developed recreation sites, 57,000 miles of streams, 122 alpine ski areas, 338,000 heritage sites, and specially designated sites that include 9,100 miles of byways, 22 recreation areas, 11 scenic areas, 439 wilderness areas, 122 wild and scenic rivers, nine monuments, and one preserve. And remember, “It’s All Yours.”

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Alpine. #225 The Alpine Trail #225 begins near the Alpine Guard Station on the Alpine Forest Access Road, FSR #686 and ends at Forest Service Road #858 on the Ouray Ranger District.  Originally the Alpine Trail connected the Alpine Guard Station to the Jackson Guard Station.  This trail is the main access to the High Mesa and Big Park which both have excellent elk habitat.  It travels through dense Engelmann spruce and sub alpine fir forests.
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Anna Creek Cabin Anna Creek Cabin is located 30 miles south of the town of Hungry Horse, perched above Hungry Horse Reservoir with sweeping views of the reservoir and the Great Bear Wilderness. The cabin provides a private setting to enjoy the recreation opportunities along the west side of Hungry Horse Reservoir. Located half way down the reservoir, the cabin provides a delightful setting for viewing wildlife and enjoying the peaceful surrounding.
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Antelope Canyon Area This is the area in and around Antelope Canyon, and can be accessed by Road #137.
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Applegate River The Applegate River, a major tributary of the Rogue River, drains a large portion of the eastern Siskiyou Mountains. Its generally-northward course begins among the snowfields and springs along the summit of the Siskiyou Crest; waters on the far side of the Siskiyou Crest drain south into the Klamath River in California. The river's upper-elevation watershed lies entirely within the boundaries of the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, where it is a generally steep-gradient, cold-water stream.
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Arco Pass Area This area encompasses the King Mountain Launch Site and the Natural Arch.
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Arizona Nordic Village in the Winter Make your way to Arizona Nordic Village during the most magical time of the year, winter! With over 40 kilometers of trails specifically groomed for cross-country skiing and separate trails packed for snowshoeing and fat tire biking, you are sure to have an unforgettable experience. To add to your experience book an overnight stay in one of our cabins or yurts and ski yourself and your gear out with you!
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Ashland Creek The East and West Forks of Ashland Creek enter Reeder Reservoir south of the City of Ashland, OR. The forks of Ashland Creek are fast-flowing small streams with pocket water and some small pools surrounded by old-growth timber. All fish are wild and average about 6 inches long, due to cold water temperatures and limited productivity. This is rugged cross-country hiking for the serious small stream angler. Please practice a leave-no-trace ethic in this fragile, municipal watershed!
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Aspen Basin Area Aspen Basin is at the base of the Santa Fe Ski Basin and is the most popular trailhead within the Espanola Ranger District for access into the Pecos Wilderness.  Convenient to Santa Fe, there are numerous trail heads and trails all along the scenic Santa Fe National Forest Scenic Byway, also known as Hyde Park Road.
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Aspen Flat South End Trailhead This trailhead (TH) marks the southern end of the Aspen Flat Trail, a moderately difficult 5.3 mile long trail.
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Aspen Group Camp Aspen Group Campground is located alongside the scenic Jackson Meadow Reservoir in the Tahoe National Forest.  The lake offers excellent opportunities for boating, canoeing, water skiing, swimming and fishing.  Anglers will find rainbow and brown trout.  A boat ramp is located at the neighboring Pass Creek Campground. A designated swim beach is nearby.
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